In Touch Physio is a well established physiotherapy practice in Singapore, conveniently located at Raffles Place in Singapore's CBD.
In Touch Physio was established in 2005 in Singapore and built its reputation on personal, professional and progressive physiotherapy and rehabilitation services.
Our multinational team of physiotherapists are internationally trained in Australia, New Zealand or UK and are highly skilled and experienced.
We are dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of sports injuries and musculoskeletal problems. We believe in empowering people to help themselves and be active in their own recovery. Our focus is on treating the cause of the injury and not just the symptoms.
Our goal is to resolve pain, minimise injury time, maximise function and promote early return to activity and sport. We also analyse and address core issues for the individual, to then be able to advise on injury prevention.
B.Sc.Physio. (Aust.); M.S.P.A.
Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation
Alph is an Australian physiotherapist who graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1998. He also has completed the Polestar Rehabilitation program.
He has over 18 years experience in the treatment of sports injuries and has worked in Australia, UK, Germany and Singapore. READ MORE
Alph specialises in the treatment of shoulder and spinal injuries. Alph has a keen interest in identifying muscle imbalances and correcting these, especially in athletes. He looks at each injury from a holistic point of view to make sure that all problems are addressed.
B.Phty. (N.Z.); Grad.cert M.T. (Aust.); M.S.P.A.
Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation
Kat graduated from Otago University, New Zealand in 1994 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has 22 years experience in musculoskeletal assessment and treatment. In 2003 she completed a Graduate certificate in Manual Therapy at Curtin University, Australia, and in 2004 she completed the Polestar Rehabilitation Pilates course. READ MORE
Kat has worked in New Zealand, U.S.A and the United Kingdom. Most recently she owned a successful multi-practitioner physiotherapy and pilates practice on Harley Street in London for 7 years before moving to Singapore with her young family. Kat has a keen interest in spinal (back, neck) and lower limb (hip, knee and ankle) pain and dysfunction, and has considerable experience treating both dance related injuries and pregnancy-related (pre and post natal) musculoskeletal issues. She often incorporates pilates-based exercise into her clients rehabilitation to facilitate their recovery from injury.
B.Sc.(Hons) Physio. (U.K.); M.S.P.A.
Paul first moved to Singapore after graduating from the University of Nottingham with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy in 2008. He worked at a government hospital where he specialised in treating spinal conditions, before moving to InTouch where he spent three years further developing his clinical skills. Paul returns to Singapore and ProHealth InTouch after three years back in the UK, where he worked for the British military and was a lecturer on the Sports Rehabilitation Degree at the University of Hull. READ MORE
Paul has a clinical interest in Spinal and Shoulder conditions, as well as over-use lower limb sporting injuries. Whilst working for the Army, Paul treated a lot of musculo-skeletal injuries related to hard training regimes. He has become skilled in running technique assessment and adaption of training programs. He enjoys treating patients using a mixture of manual techniques, corrective exercises and education, whilst keeping up to date with the latest research on best practice.
Paul played semi-professional rugby for Bristol Rugby Club while at University and during that time was also selected for England Students and U21's. Injuries cut short a promising Rugby career but he still enjoys various different sports including rowing, road cycling and water polo.
Koon Yi Jing
B.Sc. (Hons.) Physio. (H.K.); MSc Sports and Ex. Med. (U.K.); M.S.P.A.
Yi Jing is trained in Hong Kong and the UK. She obtained her BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the University of Nottingham, UK. READ MORE
Yi Jing gained extensive experience when working in a major acute hospital in Hong Kong where she worked with a wide spectrum of medical, neurological, surgical, paediatric and orthopaedic conditions. She then joined a private practice in Hong Kong where she further refined her skills in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. She was also actively involved in providing on-field services in sporting events such as marathon, trailwalking, rugby and football games.
Yi Jing is a strong believer in functional training and exercise therapy. Apart from dealing with pain, she holds the view that body biomechanics and movement dysfunctions are to be addressed to achieve a sustainable result. She incorporates Clinical Pilates training to assist her clients to get back to daily activities and sports.
Yi Jing has attained level 8 of the Royal Academy of Dance in Classical Ballet and has competed in rhythmic gymnastics. She is also an avid Yoga and Pilates practitioner. Yi Jing is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese. She is also adept at conversational Bahasa Melayu.
APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
B.Sc. Physio (Aust); M. Manual Therapy (Aust); Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach
As an Australian Physiotherapy Association Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with over 21 years of clinical experience, Michael is a highly qualified physiotherapist with expert knowledge and skills in all areas of musculoskeletal practice. READ MORE
After graduating from the University of Sydney in 1995, Michael worked in the public health system for 4 years in both Australia and the UK. Upon returning to Sydney he entered private physiotherapy practice and during the seasons of 2000 and 2001, he was a physiotherapist for the Wests Tigers Rugby League Club. In 2002 he became an associate partner of a busy private practice where he regularly worked with high-level triathletes, cyclists and distance runners.
In 2009 Michael returned to the UK to work as an Extended Scope Practitioner where his expertise was sought on complex musculoskeletal cases and his practice extended beyond the recognised scope of general physiotherapy practice.
After returning to Australia, Michael completed his Master's Degree in Manual Therapy at The University of Western Australia in 2011 where he received the prize for top student in the subject of Rehabilitation Science. In 2012 he opened The Runner's Physio which focused on running gait assessments, technique modification, exercise prescription and programming, and treating clients’ running-related injuries. Michael was busy managing The Runner’s Physio and consulting more broadly at two other physiotherapy clinics in Sydney.
Prior to moving to Singapore in January 2018, Michael had the opportunity to work in Hong Kong from October 2015. His main focus was on the management of clients sports and general musculoskeletal injuries and the rehabilitation of clientele following sports-related orthopaedic surgery. He worked closely with referring surgeons to optimize his clients' rehabilitation outcomes and their return to sports goals.
Michael uses manual therapy exclusively to treat his clients and invests in educating them regarding the pathology and physiology of their particular condition to ensure they understand their role during the recovery process. Michael’s professional philosophy is firmly entrenched in sound patient-centred clinical reasoning, accurate diagnosis/classification and high-quality manual therapy selection and exercise prescription. His clinical decisions are influenced by current evidence-based research which he enjoys keeping up to date with. Michael is currently enrolled in the part-time study conducted by the International Olympic Committee where he is undertaking their 2-year diploma in Sports Physical Therapies.
Formerly an NRL grade rugby league player in Sydney, Michael practices what he preaches and is dedicated to his own health and fitness. Upon hanging up his boots, his focus shifted to triathlon then distance running and now to road cycling. He also continues to enjoy a rigorous regime of high-intensity strength training.